A 31-year-old man has been charged in connection with the shooting death of a pregnant woman on Milwaukee’s north side in early February.
Antion Haywood is charged with first-degree reckless homicide, use of a dangerous weapon in the death of Annie Sandifer.
Sandifer was shot and killed while on a party bus Feb. 1 outside of Gene’s Supper Club near 60th and Congress St.
Investigators say the supper club scans and records identification cards of all patrons, which helped identify Haywood.
Witnesses say they believed the shots came from a gray or silver vehicle, possibly a BMW.
After a records check at the supper club, investigators learned Haywood was the owner of a 2007 silver BMW.
He was arrested after a traffic stop on Feb. 6. Officers found the suspected vehicle at Haywood’s home the next day.
According to the criminal complaint, Haywood’s girlfriend was also arrested. She told investigators he owned a gun, that matched the weapon in the shooting.
She also told police when Haywood was arrested, she received a call from his sister, who had asked her to hide Haywood’s gun.
Investigators executed a search warrant at Haywood’s home and found the weapon, along with cartridges that matched those at the scene of the shooting.